Paul A. Chandler, MD
Noted Glaucoma Specialist
BIOGRAPHY Paul A. Chandler was the beloved mentor of generations of ophthalmologists interested in glaucoma. He completed his medical training and residency in ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School. He established the Glaucoma Service at Massachusetts Eye and Ear in 1940. In 1986, the Paul Austin Chandler Professorship of Ophthalmology was established in his honor, endowed by a bequest from a patient who he treated successfully for malignant glaucoma. Previously, the Paul A. Chandler Visiting Professorship was established by Dr. David Cogan, Chief of Ophthalmology, to honor the exceptional teaching, research, and service of Dr. Chandler during his tenure at Mass. Eye and Ear. The Chandler Grant Society was established in honor of Drs. Chandler and W. Morton Grant.